The PUBG Global Series Berlin

PUBG Global Series Berlin

The European Finals Tournament in Berlin is the first of three PUBG Global Series tournaments for the 2020 season. The best teams in PGS races deserve a place in the PUBG Global Championship 2020. The top four teams from last year's PUBG Global Championship have been invited directly to the tournament and the remaining teams will be selected through regional qualifying tournaments. The PUBG Global Series is set to replace regional leagues such as PEL and NPL. The tournament will feature 32 of the best teams from around the world. The tournament will be held from March 31st until April 12th.

PUBG Global Series Berlin participants

This list will be updated as more teams qualify so make sure to check back frequently!

  • PGS 2019: Gen.G
  • PGS 2019: Four Angry Men
  • PGS 2019: FaZe Clan
  • PGS 2019: OGN Entus
  • Korea: TBD
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  • America: TBD
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  • Europe: TBD
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  • Southeast Asia: TBD
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  • Thailand: TBD
  • Vietnam: TBD
  • Master League (Taiwan): TBD
  • China: TBD
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  • Japan: TBD

The Prize Pool

A total of $500,000 plus 25% of the in-game merchandise goes to the prize pool and the rest goes directly to the participating teams.

PUBG Global Championship Format

Group Stage 

  • The teams are divided into two groups of sixteen teams.
  • There will be 12 matches played in the group stage.
  • The top six teams in the group advance to the finals.
  • In block positions the 7-14 ranked teams advance to the playoffs.
  • The two worst teams are eliminated from the tournament.

Drop Round 

  • 12 games are played.
  • The top four teams advance to the finals.
  • The rest of the teams are eliminated from the tournament.

 

Final 

18 games are played.

 

While there has been some turmoil this year regarding PUBG and pro level tournaments, everyone is trying to make it work and that means supporting PUBG now matters more than ever. Make sure to check back for more updates regarding the tournament and later as well if you happen to miss anything!

 

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Cameron Carr

3 February 2020
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